Malaysia is known for its diverse and delicious food, but we can’t forget one of its national treasures: Beryl’s chocolate. Known for its wide range of high-quality chocolates that are up to par with international chocolatier, there’s no doubt why Beryl’s is loved by locals and foreigners alike. Read more about Beryl's chocolate in Malaysia in the article below.

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Beryl’s Chocolate Malaysia: Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Beryl’s from?

Beryl’s chocolate was founded right here in Malaysia. Precisely in Desa Serdang, Beryl’s started in 1995 with the sole focus on distributing mainly in duty-free shops and grocery stores. Now, Beryl’s is one of the largest regional chocolatiers with its delicious chocolate and affordable prices.

What are the most popular Beryl’s products?

Some of the best-selling Beryl’s chocolates in Malaysia are:

  • No Sugar Added Chocolate in the flavours of
    • White Chocolate with Strawberry Chips
    • Milk Chocolate
    • Milk Chocolate with Almond
    • Milk Chocolate with Hazelnut
  • Beryl’s Timely Treats
  • Beryl’s Coconut Treats
  • Beryl’s Granola Bar
  • Single Origin Chocolates
  • Beryl’s Twin Tower Series (perfect souvenir when visiting Malaysia!)
  • Beryl’s Waffle Cookies Gianduja White Chocolate
  • Dragees Secrets - Almond Coated with Gianduja Milk Chocolate
  • Double Chocolate Chips Cookies
  • Beryl’s Thin Bars Treats
  • Raisin Coated with Milk Chocolate

Can I use Beryl’s chocolates for baking?

Aside from the usual chocolatey treats, Beryl’s Malaysia also offers Beryl's coin chocolates that can be used in baking. You can choose between milk chocolate, dark chocolate, or white chocolate compounds that can then be melted or chopped up for your next baked goods.

What can I bake with Beryl’s chocolates?

You can bake a chocolate cake using Beryl’s cocoa powder. All you need are:

  • 1 ¾ cups self-raising flour
  • ½ cup butter
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 ¼ cups sugar
  • 3 tbs Beryl’s cocoa powder
  • ½ tsp bicarbonate soda
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract

Mix all the ingredients together and pour the batter into two separate tins. Bake your cake at 180-degree Celsius for 25 minutes. Stick a toothpick into the centre of the cake; if there’s still batter sticking on the toothpick, bake for 5 more minutes.

Additionally, you can replace Beryl’s cocoa powder with melted Beryl’s chocolate coin. Melt Beryl’s chocolate coins in the microwave for 10-second intervals while stirring in-between or on top of a double boiler.

Can I buy Beryl’s chocolates online?

Yes! Other than getting these chocolate treats from the grocery store or the duty-free shop, you can also opt to purchase them online. The brand has its own official online store, but you can also buy Beryl’s chocolates from trusted online merchants on Lazada and Shopee.

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